Years active 1957-1972
|Name Janet Munro|
|Full Name Janet Neilson Horsburgh|
Born 28 September 1934 (1934-09-28) Blackpool, Lancashire, England
Cause of death Ischaemic heart disease
Resting place Golders Green Crematorium
Died December 6, 1972, Archway, London, United Kingdom
Spouse Ian Hendry (m. 1963–1971), Tony Wright (m. 1956–1959)
Children Sally Hendry, Corrie Hendry
Parents Phyllis Robertshaw, Alex Munro
Movies Darby O'Gill and the Little, Swiss Family Robinson, The Day the Earth Caught Fi, The Trollenberg Terror, Third Man on the Mountain
Similar People Alex Munro, Ian Hendry, Ken Annakin, Tony Wright, Val Guest
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Janet Munro (28 September 1934 – 6 December 1972) was an English actress.
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Munro starred in three Disney film releases, Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959), Third Man on the Mountain (1959) and Swiss Family Robinson (1960), as well as The Horsemasters (1961), which aired on Disney's weekly television series. Other film credits include science fiction films such as The Trollenberg Terror (1958) (released as The Crawling Eye in the US) and The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961).
Born Janet Neilson Horsburgh, the daughter of Scottish comedian Alex Munro (real name Alexander Neilson Horsburgh) and his wife, Phyllis Robertshaw, in Blackpool, Lancashire in 1934, she used her father's stage name professionally.
Munro was married to Tony Wright from 1956 until 1959. She married the actor Ian Hendry in 1963, and they had two children, Sally and Corrie. Munro and Hendry were divorced in 1971. Her cousin Ellie Nicol-Hilton was a child actor in 1970s and 1980s.
Munro died from a heart attack caused by chronic ischaemic heart disease at Whittington Hospital, north London in 1972, aged 38 years. She was cremated and interred at the Golders Green Crematorium.
Awards and nominations
British Academy Film Awards
Golden Globe Award